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Out tomorrow: Commercial Motor 13 March

  • 12 March 2014
  • By Ashleigh Wight

Commercial Motor’s Rising Stars series launches in this week’s issue, out tomorrow (13 March). CM visits Nottingham-based Danjak, where the average driver age is just 32.

This week’s issue also includes:

  • Tip-ex’s Personality of the Year Maurice Hymas looks back at his life in haulage.
  • CM visits one of the Metropolitan Police’s Exchanging Places events, which aims to get cyclists behind the wheel of a truck.
  • Our Buying Guide looks at the recently discontinued Renault Magnum and what those considering buying a used model should look out for.
  • A Skills for Logistics roundtable discusses the pros and cons of using agency drivers.
  • A judge sets aside a disqualification order against the director of a Wembley-based firm in our legal case of the week.
  • In the news: Eddie Stobart to return to private ownership, an operator slams Siniat’s decision to extend payment terms to 80 days, and the DVSA (formerly Vosa and the DSA) clarifies the legal status of volumetric mixers.

All of this plus hundreds of used trucks and trailers only in this week’s Commercial Motor. Pick up your copy at an MSA or newsagent tomorrow (13 March), or subscribe to get your copy delivered to you.


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